Dr. Mohammadreza Akbarian (Supervisor)
Dr. Hassan Osanloo (Supervisor)
Todays, with the industrialization of human life, the emergence of vehicles, and the increasing population of cities due to increasing migration, the quality of human life has undergone fundamental changes that have had a positive and negative impact on human life. Pollution, traffic, population density, urban isolation, energy wastage, boredom and many other urban problems have plagued modern life. Also, the separation of functions in urban areas and the specialized functions of neighborhoods in the contemporary period due to generally economic reasons have caused some social harms in the urban areas. The emergence of such challenges in the metropolises of the present century has led to the adoption of strategies in various fields, including architecture in developed countries, which over the years has had a positive impact on improving the quality of urban life. Using of hybrid architecture as a new phenomenon in the 21st century is a solution that is proposed to revitalize such urban spaces in today’s life. Hybrid architecture with its unique features, while paying attention to today’s human needs, takes a forward-looking approach to meet the future necessities of human-kind and provides a new definition of lifestyle. Hybrid architecture is formed in the hearth of densely populated cities with the aim of reviving urban space, socialization, improving and increasing the green space area and reducing the pressures caused by increasing the population of cities. This architecture is moving towards sustainable development of metropolises.
Hybrid architecture, dense cities, modernism, third millennium architecture, mixed used architecture.